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Brilliant Sesame Street House Of Cards Parody

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There's only one house that the big bad Frank Underwolf wants to get into; and he's going to have to huff and puff his way in.

Ahead of the release of season three of the Netflix original drama House Of Cards, due in its entirety this Friday, Sesame Street has unveiled this fantastic parody, featuring three little pigs and one ambitious wolf.

Will Frank make his way into the White Brick House? Watch below and find out.

And before you start feeling sorry for the piggies, just remember, "The road to power is paved with hypocrisy, and casualties - never regret."

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